You like winging it in your kitchen. You want to meal plan but you hate recipes! No problem. Meal planning with no recipe Meal planning is about more than recipes, it is about a lifestyle change. Simplifying your life and making time for you to spend doing what you prefer. It also saves you money. […]Continue Reading...
How does meal planning fit in with get sorted? New habits We’re getting sorted is all about clearing out the junk however, one of the most important ways to prevent the clutter from returning is to develop new habits. This week we look at meal planning, this topic is one of my favourites. I have […]Continue Reading...
On the shelf About 15 years ago my mother bought us each a pasta maker. I tried it once or twice but all that happened was that the dough got wrapped around the rollers and clogged up the machine. I put mine in a packet on top of my kitchen cupboard and mostly forgot about […]Continue Reading...
Once again I am on assignment, to improve my blogging skills and make your reading experience better. Assignment number 4 was to write a blog to our ideal reader and include a new element. We needed to identify who this reader was. My ideal readers are people like me. It is for every […]Continue Reading...
This is a long blog post. I felt that it was necessary to reintroduce myself to everyone. I wrote and published the first Kasheringyourlife blog on the 28 June 2015 and already 5 weeks later I have over 180 followers (thank you all). I read a blog about blogging and in it they said that […]Continue Reading...
NOVICE RECIPE Less mince for more meatloaf This recipe doubles very nicely. If doubling use 1 ½ cups oat bran, not the full amount. Serves 4. To cook meatloaf: pre-heat oven to 120 C. 1 Tin red speckled (sugar) beans, mashed 1 clove of garlic crushed or ½ tsp minced garlic (dried or bottled) 200gm […]Continue Reading...